dark comedy, thriller, horror, revenge comedy / USA / 2021 / 12 min 23 s
“Wild Bitch” is a quirky thriller about a local reporter’s interview with a mousy housewife about her life-changing encounter with a coyote. This leads to an eerie trek in the woods that leaves them forever bonded with each other… and the beast.
Thematically, “Wild Bitch” explores the connection between the destruction of nature and the oppression of women and the unique ways both will defend themselves when pushed to the brink.
directors: Rebekka Johnson, Kate Nash screenwriter: Rebekka Johnson, Kate Nash cast: Rebekka Johnson, Kate Nash. Ptolemy Slocum, Christopher Nicholas Smith, Daved Wilkins cinematography: Morgana Mckenzie editing: Joshua Wilmott music: Kate Nash language: English subtitles: Polish film’s age rate: 16+
Rebekka Johnson Actress/writer/director Rebekka Johnson is most known for her work on Netflix’s critically acclaimed, award-winning series “GLOW” where she played Dawn Rivecca. She has been nominated, along with her co-stars, for the SAG Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for the first two seasons of the show. Rebekka wrote and starred in “Consent, a Short Comedy About a Serious Subject,” a short film that was an official selection at 15 festivals and won 4 awards including 1st place at Just For Laughs in Montreal. Recently, Rebekka guest starred in the Golden Globe-winning “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”, the EKO series, “Timeline” and the hit Netflix Series, “The Babysitters Club.” She recently guest starred on the upcoming HBO Max series, “Sex Lives Of College Girls.”
Kate Nash Kate Nash is a platinum-selling recording artist, musician, and actress from London, currently residing in Los Angeles. Kate’s debut album, “Made of Bricks,” skyrocketed straight to number one, crowning her “Best Female Artist” at the 2008 BRIT Awards. Nash is also well known for her performance as Rhonda Richardson on Netflix’s Emmy-nominated original, “GLOW,” produced by Jenji Kohan, and for playing Boudica in the BAFTA nominated “Horrible Histories.” Recently, she shot her first lead role in the upcoming feature film, “Higher Grounds” and her documentary “Underestimate the Girl” was picked for the BBC’s notorious Storyville and is screening at festivals across the world. Kate artfully directed her most recent music videos for her upcoming album.